Mangaluru: The department of Computer Science and Engineering of P A College of Engineering (PACE) in association with Foodie14 launched the website foodie14.com on February 6. P A Abdulla Ibrahim, executive director of P A Educational Trust launched the website, designed and developed by the second year students of department of Computer Science and Engineering, P A College of Engineering.
The Foodie14 team comprises of Mohammed Irfan M A., Saiful Aseem Abdul Khader, Hasir Abdulla, Rumais Abdulla, department of Computer Science and Engineering PACE, along with Jafin Hassan B H of GEC, Wayanad and Mohammed Hisham, SIMS, Mangaluru. A report on Moblie applications developed by CSE, PACE students from 2014 to 2018 was presented by Dr Sharmila Kumari, HOD, CSE department.
The website was launched in the presence of Dr Abdul Sharief, principal, PACE, Dr Sarfaraz Hasim, director, Academics, Dr Sharmila Kumari, HOD, CS department, officials of Foodie14, staffs members and students.
Foodie14 is an online food shopping website that provides a platform for home food providers to cater to a wider customer base and hence expand their business. Currently, there are more than 100 products that customers can choose from and order. Registrations are still open. Visit the website foodie14.com for more details.
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